Gloucester County Fire Academy proudly offers several courses of interest to members of the emergency services throughout the year. To register for classes click HERE.
AUTO EXTRICATION II - Class is Full
This sixteen hour course, mostly hands on, continues where Auto Extrication I left off. Using numerous
skill stations and multi crash scenarios, students will be able to demonstrate the key principles and
practices of safe and effective vehicle extrication practices.
CEVO III FIRE: COACHING THE EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATOR III &
COACHING THE APPARATUS DRIVER
Are your apparatus operators truly qualified to drive and operate the emergency equipment in your station?
Are you in a position to fully defend your agency's procedures, policies, and guidelines? Can you defend your
driver's training program? Hardly a day goes by that, somewhere in the United States, a chief finds himself or
herself, struggling to answer these questions while seated in a court of law.
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR LEVEL 1
This course is required by the NJ Division of Fire Safety for Firefighters who wish to be certified as Level 1 fire
service instructors. This course will provide the student with an understanding of instructional planning,
techniques and delivery as related to the fire service. The NJ State Exam will be given at the end of the
NFA LEADERSHIP I – FIRE AND EMS STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESS Cancelled
This course is designed to meet the needs of the company officer; it provides the participant with the basic
skills and tools needed to perform effectively as a leader in the fire service environment. This Leadership
course addresses techniques and approaches to problem solving, identifying and assessing the needs of the
company officer's subordinates, planning effectively in the fire service environment, decision making for the
company officer and communicating in today's environment.
ROPE RESCUE 1
This sixteen hour program will teach the student basic rope rescue skills including knot tying, anchoring, patient packaging, rappelling, lowering and building mechanical advantage systems. Skills will be applied to complete rescue scenarios.